AIMPLB on Gurugram controversy: RSS-VHP terrorists

Gurugram: Activists of Hindu organisations protesting against street prayers in Gurugram, Haryana have been termed as terrorists by the All India Muslim Personal Law Board (AIMPLB). AIMPLB General Secretary Maulana Khalid Saifullah Rahmani has also termed haryana's Khattar government's order to stop prayers on the streets as illegal. According to Maulana Khalid Saifullah Rahmani, he does not accept the decision. The statement was made by the Board in a press note issued on December 12 (Sunday).


In his statement, Maulana Khalid Saifullah Rahmani called Gurugram Gurgaon.  He has said that a large number of Muslim community people work in Gurugram. At the same time, he has blamed the government for the lack of space and wrote that the government did not build a mosque for the namazis on its behalf. Muslims are forced to offer prayers in open places. The press note mentions the Namazi Muslims that the namazi who prays in the open tolerates sunshine and rain. In such a situation, the government's order not to allow open prayers is an atrocity on Muslims.

The letter talks about the government's occupation of several waqf lands. At the same time, the time of Friday prayers is said to be very low by describing it as 1 hour. The letter condemned the Khattar government's decision and demanded that the government address the problem of Muslim prayers. At the same time, rashtriya swayamsevak sangh (RSS), Vishwa Hindu Parishad (VHP) and Bajrang Dal workers have been termed as terrorists and legal punishment has been sought for them.

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